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All over the world there are taboos that stop things being discussed, when a discussion might make people aware of a problem and sometimes
Threats against freedom of expression come in all shapes and sizes. We need to stand up to the bullies together.
Following the murderous barbarism in France last month, a state of alert was subsequently declared in Belgium amid concerns that a "Paris-style" attack
The arrest of French comedian Dieudonné today appears to be connected to a Facebook comment he posted after Sunday’s march in Paris in which he said he felt he “finally returned home… I feel like Charlie Coulibaly” – remarks that have been interpreted as condoning the action of one of the terrorists involved in
Cartoonists have been among the most visual in their reaction to the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Musa Kart and Xavier Bonilla, who have both been targeted by their governments, share their thoughts.
People around the world show solidarity with the French satirical magazine
The decision not to air the last episode of Du Jour au Lendermain and recent budget cuts have critics up in arms over changes to the cultural arm of France Radio. Valeria Costa-Kostritsky reports
It's important to look ugly arguments in the eye, says Padraig Reidy
An obscure 16 page-long French far-right magazine recently put France's black justice minister Christiane Taubira on its cover, comparing her to a monkey. Valeria Costa-Kostritsky reports on the fallout
Freedom of expression is generally protected in France, although is limited by strict defamation and privacy laws. Several laws have passed since 1972 that have further restricted this fundamental right.